The release of the Google Glass was without a doubt an interesting event. Now, Google seems to be focused on educating its customers on the Google Glass.
Google has raised a lot of controversy following the release of the Google Glass. Google claimed that many people have failed to understand the capability and functionality of the Google Glass. Some people still believe that this is an evil device, which is used to compromise the privacy of its users.
Google is now trying to put an end to these myths that have been linked to the Google Glass. The company has made a step to that direction in its latest blog post. The Ten Myths of Google Glass is the title of the most recent blog post of Google. In this post, the famous tech giant is trying to explain customers that this can be a great product to own.
According to Google, the Glass is the “ultimate distraction from the real world,” which “allows you to look up and engaged with the world,” as the company says. People should not worry, Google says, as the recording option does not have to be used by them all the time. In fact, the screen is off by default, while battery life when recording lasts only 45 minutes.
Google went to add that people were afraid of cameras when they were first released, such as they were afraid of any other smart device, once it was first revealed. In its post, Google also went on to debate the fact that there are certain concerns that Google Glass might be banned in some places.
Concerns have raised as Google Glass was actually banned in locations such as some bars, where the use of this device led to conflicts. “Just bear in mind, would-be banners: Glass can be attached to prescription lenses, so requiring Glass to be turned off is probably a lot safer than insisting people stumble about blindly in a locker room,” the same post by Google said.
Google Glass is considered to be a revolutionary product, but it led to some concerns, as well. This is why, Google went to post this message about the most common myths associated to its product.